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What is the best way to narrow down questions in a regents style exam? I can't seem to figure it out and need some help. Thank you.

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  1. Sorry that I don't quite understand your question about "narrowing down" questions? I have links for Regents' Exams, if you would like that. As for any timed test, go through answering the easy ones first and then with extra time, go back to the tougher ones. Is THAT what you mean?

    I also have lots of information on taking different types of tests = essay, multiple-choice, etc.

    Are you ONLY concerned about Biology?

    Sra

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  2. Yes, i also ment for example, if there was a,b,c,d, i narrowed it down to a and c. thanks. And may i please have the regents links? thank you so much!

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